In this FREE webinar, learn about the mysterious and ancient connection between the frame drum and the priestesses of antiquity. Find out why the sacred drum holds powerful relevance for women of the modern era. Join us as we delve into the alluring history and fascinating mystery...
Feburary 26th 2:00 - 3:00 PM PST
Can't attend live? The recording of this special webinar will not be shared publically, but you can sign up and receive the private login to view the video replay.
Learn ~ about the powerful and at times erotic history of female frame drummers from the ancient world.
Discover ~ The myths and lore connected to the everyday women, Priestesses and Goddesses of antiquity who played the Frame Drum
Explore ~ Why women all over the world are feeling called to be in greater rythhm and to learn to play the sacred drum
Krista Holland RYT 500 is a multifaceted teacher, sacred drummer, yogini, and independent researcher. Krista's body of work and teaching draw from her in-depth practice and studies in the realms of sacred drumming and its ancient history, Hatha yoga, Tantrik philosophy, permaculture, horticulture, and the living arts. Krista began her pursuit of the drum as a young adult studying drum set, world drumming and percussion with master drummers in private, workshop and academic settings. In 1995 Krista met her mentor and teacher, Layne Redmond, author of "When the Drummers Were Women". Krista apprenticed herself to Layne and her prolific teachings of the frame drum, ritual, myth, and ancient feminine drum history until Layne's passing in 2014. Krista is known for her unique and avant-garde playing style and her powerfully transformative teaching of both yoga and sacred drumming. She teaches Sacred Drumming through online and in-person private classes, group workshops, immersions, and International retreats. Learn more @ www.sacreddrumming.com
This webinar explores the intriguing connection between women, the archetype of the sacred drum, feminine sensuality, embodiment and eros.
Krista will present a synthesis of over twenty years of independent research and study on the folklore, myths, tales, conjecture and legends of this relatively little known tradition of feminine sacred drumming and its connection to the women, priestesses and Goddesses of the ancient world.
You don't have to be present to enjoy this live webinar.
Enroll and watch the replay video at your convenience - you'll receive a private link to the presentation via email following the event.
We know your life is busy, watch the replay when you have time to sit back, enjoy some tea and take it in.